What happened?

Bashar Háfez al-Ásad

Bashar Háfez al-Ásad is the current president of Syria after the death of his father Hafez al-Assad in 2000, Bashar Háfez al-Ásad imposed measures that did not really liked the people of Syria.

  • Restricts freedom of expression
  • Closed economy
  • Makes clear that democracy is not part of their principles

These are some of the measures that did not please the people.


That led protesters took to the streets in search of hope following the model of Egypt. Bashar Háfez al-Ásad responded with a hopeful message, but quickly changed the tide and pulled the army on the streets.

This led to the first confrontation between the people and the government.


Finally Bashar Háfez al-Ásad has the support of countries such as Iran, Russia and the group elsloban (as there is interest petrorifics that connects the middle).

The United States decides to stay on the sidelines until he learns that he used chemical weapons Bashar Háfez al-Ásad.

United States decides to give weapons to the rebels turning them into a stronger group.

“The human greatness does not lie in wealth or power, but in character and goodness. All born with a basic goodness. “- Anne Frank.

efecte en el món

This causes people to fight or run leave because his family might have life expectancies.

So many gifts that decide to leave because the conditions of their native place are almost nil.

decide to emigrate to:

  • Italy
  • Hungaria
  • Lampedusa
  • Melilla
  • Finlandia
  • Norway
  • Cyprus

Typical route. Original image, animated and made by us.



That is how many reach Europe through Spain from Melilla has been calculated that in the last year reached more than 7,195 from Melilla.

Most migrants come to Algeria plane, then cross the border to get to Morocco. There you will find a dealer who for a price of 1,000 to 3,000 crossings by boat to Melilla. So many of them remained in Algeria working to pay for the passage of gold.

Only a lucky aconeguirán arrived with terrible conditions, supporting full days in less than one square meter of space without being able to eat or drink.

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